These celebs reveal some ‘khatti’ and ‘meethi’ details of their relationship
Mom is the most precious gift from God. However, there are times when we feel our moms are little too strict with us. On this occasion, a few celebs share their select memories of their mom while growing up.
Namik Paul of Ek Duje Ke Vaaste
I think for a son there is always meetha rista with their mothers. So goes with me, I remember when I was admitted in the hospital for a week, she dropped everything and slept on the sofa and refused to leave me alone. That was really sweet memory. Mom has always been someone who's gone above and beyond to make me and my sister happy, so almost all my memories are very sweet with her.
Manish Goplani (Bihaan of Thapki Pyaar Ki)
When my mom is nearby I always follow her and am next to her. People call me mamma's boy. So, yes I am mamma’s boy as the perception has been around for generations. It describes a young man who has been overly ‘softened’ by his mother’s doting attention but it’s really not true. One misconception is that being close to your mom makes a guy weak or dependent? The reality is that mother’s love and care doesn’t make you more dependent or timid; it has actually made me stronger and more independent. Sons should not hold back when it comes to showing or accepting their mothers love, especially in a society where parent-child relationships are often strained.
Sehban Azim (Akshay of Silsila Pyaar Ka)
Words can’t express my bond with my mom. I still remember, I was notorious kid and use to go missing many a times. I remember my father telling me how she left everything and went helter-skelter looking for me after I went missing. Whenever I made mistakes or lied, she always brought me to right path. So, whatever I am today is all because of her. She changed my 'khati' activities into 'mithi' one.
Shamin Mannan (Bhoomi of Sanskaar – Dharohar Apno Ki)
It’s Mother’s Day and I am going to miss her a lot as she is in Assam, my hometown. My mom and I always shared a relationship which was even beyond love. I was not able to stay even a second without her till my college days. Whenever, I see our albums I find myself right next to her. I remember once it was my birthday and I had a class test the next day. As a birthday gift, someone had gifted me a slam book. I was busy getting it filled by my friends and did not bother to study. As a result, I scored less marks. My mom tore the book and I started crying. She pampered me and explained to me the value of the test. She also got me a new slam book and had it filled by my friends. So, we have shared many khatta mittha experiences.
Roop Durgapal (Kareena of Kuch Rang Pyaar Ke Aise Bhi)
As a kid, I was extremely naughty and stubborn. Once, my eyes were stuck on a toy rifle that my mom wasn’t keen on buying for me. I threw a big tantrum by not moving from that shop and threatened to sleep on the road only unless I was given the toy. She took a promise from me to get good marks in an upcoming test first. I actually started studying for that but even before I gave that test the toy rifle was home. Not just for me but for my sister too. That’s my mom. She made sure we got best of everything without really spoiling us too.
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Every mother-daughter relationship is fraught with challenges at every stage of life. We still have our fair share of squabbles and misunderstandings. But my mom and I have learned to recognize potential barriers early, communicate openly and most importantly, make up with hugs and declarations of love and gratitude! Yes, when we are free, we talk about our common interest and gossip too. We give and receive thoughtful advice, while we often fight on like I spend too much money which she doesn’t like at all. At the end of it, we try to get each other’s perspective and react accordingly.